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Try Openoffice. It is almost same than Microsoft office. It is free and you can download it on www.openoffice.org
First-I have shown Linux to my friend and he had no problems to learn how to work with new interface.
Second-maybe, but take for example WORD....
I will for sure do this but now I work on three programs so I have lack of time.
OK, I'll change my question. I have a variable named "number". Until some point it doesn't have any value but I want to assign a value for it....
You would need to install some Window$ environment emulator.
If you once delete it, you have no chance to get it back. You would need to make backups of that files.
Hi all, I have simple question. Do you know how to call character written during scanf back?
FFLUSH doesn't work too. I have tried both.
OK, thanks for help
It doesn't work with rewind(stdin);
I've solved the problem. Before hovno = getchar(); should be getchar(); so it should look like this:
hovno = getchar();
Do I need a special library for it, or stdio.h is enough?
printf("Vyber si + alebo - alebo * alebo 2(druha mocnina): ");
letter = getchar();
Separate names with a comma.